Thursday, October 1, 2009

Invitation to Readers

Welcome to my blog! I am attorney Robert Schaller and I have designed this blog to communicate general bankruptcy information to people who have unmanageable student loan debt and are considering bankrutpcy as a tool to get a "fresh start" in life debt free.

This blog will provide information on relevant topics relating to student loans and bankruptcy.  Some postings will discuss legislation or other topical issues, while other postings will review relevant case law.
You can find three types of assistance with this blog. First, you can SUBSCRIBE to this blog by completing the box to the right of this post. By doing so, you will be receiving automatically interesting and timely bankruptcy information in each of my future blog postings. Second, you can review past and future blogs at any time by clicking the "archive" link in the column to the right of this posting. Third, you are invited to submit a question by utilizing the "question" box in the column to the right of this posting.
I look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship with you.

Your Bankruptcy Advisor Blog
By: Attorney Robert Schaller (Bob's bio) of the Schaller Law Firm

Bob is a member of the National Bankruptcy College Attorney Network, American Bankruptcy Institute and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.

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You are invited to contact Attorney Schaller at 630-655-1233 or visit his website at learn about how the bankruptcy laws can help you.

NOTE: Robert Schaller looks forward to the opportunity to talk with you about your legal issues. But please remember that all information on this blog is for advertising and general informational purposes only. Please read Bob's disclaimer.

I recommend that you review a few other blogs that may be of interest to you. These blogs are identified in the right column and are set forth below: bankruptcy issues blog; bankruptcy and family law issues blog; bankruptcy and employment issues blog; and bankruptcy and student loan issues blog.

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